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Time to Kill: 5 Reasons Why You Should Hunt Crows

Joe Genzel - September 30, 2016

Todd Gifford isn't too interested in dove openers. Sept. 1 is the same day his Minnesota crow

Missing Mallards Mystery

David Hart - September 14, 2016

It's not that the mallards aren't showing up anymore. Dave Crolick still sees them from his blind

Declining Sea Duck Populations Prompts Awareness

David Hart - March 09, 2016

When Captain Jeff Coates started hunting sea ducks on the big water of Chesapeake Bay back in 1991,

Resident Geese: Are There Too Many?

David Hart - December 01, 2015

Canadian Geese are one of the few bird species that are able to digest grass, so they do well on

2015 Wildfowl Forecast

P.J. Reilly - October 14, 2015

Keep riding the wave, folks. Nothing good lasts forever. Biologists fear there's a crash in duck

California Drought: Waterfowlers Face Bleak Season

David Hart - August 11, 2015

The prediction of an epic fall flight isn't bringing much joy to California duck hunters. The

What's the Best Method to Control the Snow Goose Population?

David Hart - June 03, 2015

It was supposed to be the solution for too many geese and not enough nesting habitat. Biologists

Living on Borrowed Water: Why Duck Production May Eventually Crash

David Hart - March 24, 2015

These are the seasons we tell our grandchildren about. Eleven million mallards descended on fields

Alien Invasion: Is the Eradication of Certain Non-Native Plants Hurting Duck Populations?

David Hart - March 09, 2015

When Jon Hart heads to one of his favorite lakes for a morning hunt, he knows exactly where to toss

Federal Duck Stamp Fee Set To Increase

David Hart - December 03, 2014

After years of stops and starts, waterfowl conservationists are finally getting their wish: The

WILDFOWL's 2014 Waterfowl Forecast

P.J. Reilly - November 13, 2014

You want ducks? You're about to get 'em. A hair under 50 million breeding birds—49.2 to be

Conservation Corner: How Oil Dependence is Killing Ducks

David Hart - November 04, 2014

They look like any other body of water from above. Some are tiny ponds in the arid southwest.

Read & React: Are Duck Migration Patterns Changing?

David Hart - October 14, 2014

Waterfowl hunters love conspiracy theories. "How else can you explain the growing number of hunters

3 Midwest States to Offer New Experimental Teal Season in 2014

Charlie Puckett - August 21, 2014

Midwestern waterfowlers looking to scratch their early-season teal itch in Michigan, Wisconsin

Waterfowl Forecast Points to Promising Year for Duck Hunters

Charlie Puckett - July 09, 2014

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) recently released its annual waterfowl forecast report,

Why Targeting Banded Birds is Bad for Conservation

David Hart - April 09, 2014

Killing banded birds isn't just a bonus for some hunters. Some take band collecting to the extreme,

How the Western Drought is Affecting Waterfowl Habitat Conservation

David Hart - January 08, 2014

When the first waves of ducks arrived at Lower Klamath Basin NWR in September, they were met by an

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Releases 2013 Duck Numbers

Wildfowl Online Staff - July 18, 2013

So you've been thinking about starting your own Duck Dynasty? It's a wonderful time to be a

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